Schmoozing with Fran Drescher:
Funny girl Fran Drescher shares, in her unique voice, both poignant and hilarious stories of her life. An ordinary girl from Queens who ends up living an extraordinary life and has seen it all! She shares her insights and wisdom of growth and life lessons that she learned the hard way. Recollections, vivid stories and humorous characters all thread together in the telling of this remarkable actress, survivor and activist's life. Recollections of career, family and travel as well as fat Fran, thin Fran and every in between Fran. "You'll laugh and cry as you enjoy a great Schmooze-fest with Fran!"




Fran Drescher has a reputation for passion and commitment. She received two Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations for her portrayal as the lovable "Miss Fine" on CBS's hit series The Nanny, which she both created & executive produced. Next came the ground breaking TV Land sitcom Happily Divorced, which she also created, executive produced and starred in. Fran most recently starred in the new NBC sitcom, Indebted. She has also starred in many films such as Rob Reiner's Spinal Tap, Milos Forman's Rag Time, and Francis Ford Coppola's Jack. In 2019, Fran starred in two indie films, The Creatress and After Class.

Fran is a cancer survivor and founder of the Cancer Schmancer Movement; dedicated to educating, motivating, and activating patients into medical consumers by connecting lifestyle to disease with her Master Class Health Summit and teen-targeted education video, Be The Change starring Jamie Foxx. Fran has won countless awards for her leadership in the health space, including the John Wayne Institute Woman of Achievement Award, the Gilda Award, City of Hope Woman of the Year Award, The Albert Einstein Medical School Lifetime Achievement Award, Queens College Lifetime Achievement Award (2017), and the 2014 Citizen Artist Award. The Knesset in Israel honored Fran as the first Jewish actress who played an openly Jewish character embraced by not only Israel, but by many Arab nations. Fran was also honored with the Human Rights Campaign's Ally for Equality Award for her efforts to defend civil liberties and, most recently, the Stonewall and Liberty Bell Awards for her advocacy of Gay Civil Liberties.